Long time, no see, everyone!
The new school year has begun and we; the students and teachers of FunShine Academy Kindergarten, have started it with a big smile!
We met new friends from the Blueberry and Banana Class!
Some of them were a little bit shy at first, but it surely did not take them too long to start having fun!
This month’s theme was something everybody likes: the Cartoon Heroes! We learnt how to describe their physical appearance and had a lot of fun playing guessing games. Please, check the bottom of this blog entry for a mini-game!
We have also learnt some famous quotations by the characters the children love the most!
Do you know, who says “Let it go” or “Gotta catch them all”? Our students do!
We had a lot of fun playing the most famous scenes from the children’s beloved animated movies! Isn’t the Baymax hug heartwarming? Do you know which scene from “The Lion King” is this? And of course, Minions! They don’t have much to say, but everybody loves them!
Our new students have started discovering the school subjects; Reading, Mathematics, Phonics, Science and Music! K2 and K3 help them a lot with that!
We also had a lot of fun at the Easter party!
We colored and decorated Easter eggs. They looked so pretty all together in the basket!
We had an egg race with a very complicated course! Everyone did surprisingly well treating the eggs carefully and following the course of their team!
We had a great Easter Egg Hunt in the Train Park! The children were super quick to find the eggs even though we hid them really well!
Everyone had a very good time and couldn’t wait to show their Easter eggs to their mommies and open their Easter Egg hunt prizes at home! Even the teachers ;-).
Now, here is a riddle especially for you:
He is tall and big!
He has pointy ears and big black eyes.
He has a small, black nose and a big, white smile.
He has whiskers, like some animals do.
His body is grey!
Do you know who is it?
Tell us next time you see us!
No? Try highlighting the line below for a hint:
He often uses an umbrella!
If it’s still too difficult, try asking your child! They will probably know!
And why don’t you try this kind of game at home too?
It’s fun regardless of the language you use!